Design and development of public monitoring system for Personal data protection
The project aims to compare the current state of data protection and to offer assistance on this matter to 6 EU
candidate and acceding countries (Bulgaria, Poland, Romania, Hungary, Latvia and the Slovak Republic) in the field of
protection and free movement of personal data as part of the process of development of the internal market and the
provision of free movement of people, goods, services and capitals, to benefit from the experience of the member
countries (The United Kingdom), concerning...
Raising the citizens’ awareness of their rights and obligations in the field of personal data protection
The efficient enforcement of the Law on Personal Data Protection is tightly connected to the informing of the citizens
on their rights and possibilities ensured by the Law. Subjects of the personal data protection should be enabled to
obtain sufficient advice and consultations, as well as to receive compensation in case of violation of their rights.
The main objective of the project was to raise of citizens’ awareness of their rights and obligations provided
by the Law on Personal Data...
Data Protection Public Monitoring System
/ 14-11-2003 Project objectives:
*Establishment of a “Public monitoring system on personal data protection” – in conjunction with
stakeholder public organizations; *Methodological support for the Personal Data Protection Commission; *Increased
public awareness in the field of personal data protection – principles, rights, basic presumptions of the
legislation, actions to be taken in cases of rights infringement.
*Since March, there has been launched a web page for...
Functional Review of the systems for collecting, processing, and storing of personal information
The functional review of the systems for collecting, processing, and storing of personal information was conducted in
connection with the planning of the application of the developed project of a personal information and financial
resources defense act, necessary for its enactment. The review, which encompassed all administrative bodies of the
executive, legislative and judicial powers, for the first time in Bulgarian practice, included private legal entities -
hospitals, health insurance, pension...